Spinach-Mushroom Souffle Roll

"Why not serve something really great looking next time you have dinner guests! This can be a light meal served with fresh fruit and salad"
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  • Line a 15 X 10 X 1" baking pan with foil, extending foil 1" beyond edges of pan.
  • Grease and lightly flour; set aside Melt the butter.
  • Stir in the 1/2 cup flour, salt, and pepper.
  • Add milk all at once.
  • Cook and stir till thickened and bubbly.
  • Cook and stir 1 minute more.
  • Remove from heat Beat the egg yolks till thick and lemon colored.
  • Slowly stir thickened milk mixture and parmesan cheese into beaten egg yolks.
  • Using clean beaters, beat egg whites and cream of tartar till stiff peaks form.
  • Fold a small amount of the beaten egg whites into egg yolk mix.
  • Fold egg yolk mixture into remaining egg whites; spread in prepared pan.
  • Bake in a 375°F oven about 20 minutes.
  • While that's cooking cook the frozen chopped spinach and squeeze it dry.
  • Meanwhile, cook the mushrooms and onion in 1 Tbs butter till tender but not browned.
  • Stir in the spinach, softened cream cheese, Dijon mustard and nutmeg.
  • Heat through, stirring occasional.
  • Immediately loosen the soufflé from pan when puffed and slightly set; turn out onto foil.
  • Spread spinach mushroom filling over souffle to within 1/2" of the edge.
  • Use foil to start rolling up soufflé jelly roll style, beginning with one of the short sides.
  • Slice; serve immediately.

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  1. A few years ago, I had a recipe for a Spinach Souffle roll from Woman's World magazine. I had hoped that I had found that recipe or at least something like it. I was so excited about finding this recipe that I made two. Basicly, this is a recipe for a fritatta. The texture is like an omelette or scrambled eggs. I even tried baking the second one for a little while longer. The filling is no where near as good as the filling in the recipe that I once had. As for appearance, if you can actually get the souffle out of the jelly roll pan it would probably be ok to look at. I tried one with foil that stuck even though I greased and floured the foil, then I tried one with parchment paper which was worse. If you do try this recipe, try it ahead of time rather than making it the first time when you are expecting guests. When I find the other (good) recipe, I will definetly post it.


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